Complaint to Quiet Title by Person Claiming Adverse Possession - Squatters Rights
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Title to land can be acquired by holding it adversely to the true owner for a certain period of time. In such a case, the person in possession gains title by adverse possession. The person in possession automatically becomes the owner of the property even though the person had no lawful claim to the land. In order to acquire title in this manner, possession must be actual, visible, exclusive, and continuous for a certain period of time.
This form is a generic example of a complaint to quiet title by a person claiming adverse possession. This form may be referred to when preparing such a pleading for your particular state, although such a complaint must be tailored to the law of the state where the action is to be filed.
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